The biggest surprise of album sales in 2011 so far? Things aren't as terrible as we expected.
The Record posts about Diminishing Returns
Showroom of Compassion, from the 1990s holdouts, sold fewer albums than any chart-topper in history.
Bad news for the music industry: a new report says music fans bought fewer albums than ever in 2010.
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy bests all comers with nearly half a million in sales.
Glee's chart success is impressive but fleeting. Should we stop calling its songs hits?
This week's chart roundup includes three big country albums and 13 holiday-themed collections.
Bullets in the Gun is the fourth number one for the country star, but it's a bittersweet victory.
Hemingway's Whiskey is the country star's sixth number one album. Lil Wayne debuts at number three.
You Get What You Give is the second country album of the year to top Billboard's album chart.